Treasure Island

Jacob Gifford

(1995 / plano Illinois)

Don't let me drowned in your own sea


What's it feel like to be loved?
What's it feel like to wake up every day, with the
Most beautiful girl in the world laying beside you?
My heart had turned the darkest shade of blue,
It felt like bullets had pierced on threw,
Life was living under a dim light,
And threw my pains, I could only bare the slightest screams,
Ropes were rapping around my body as my internal clock stuck midnight,
And all my dreams,
Were lost in an endless empyreal of hate than remorse.
And I felt my life had finished its course,
But than an angel came from unknown light,
Making my heart begin a new flight.
When I see her face,
That smile,
That feeling of sublime,
Those open arms waiting for me,
I wondered, what she sees in me,
When I star into her eyes, I'm lost sailing on the longest sea,
And life stops abruptly,
at that second,
And I wish with my soul, that she will never leave,
And I believe,
that I will never again grieve,
Because my heart yearns to be with hers,
And at that time only one thing occurs,
My life has started anew
And I can only utter three words,
I love you.

Submitted: Saturday, November 06, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, September 04, 2012
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